September is just around the corner, which is why we’ve painstakingly selected some of the most stylish unisex fashions for fall. Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway or just romping around the city, you won’t go wrong with these must-have looks, worthy of the bar scene, brunch, coffee klatch or first date.
Lighten up, tough guy, with this floral bomber-style jacket from Urban Outfitters ($59). The one-of-a-kind floral designs vary on each lightweight, woven jacket, which are made from reclaimed materials handcrafted in Philly – perfect for the first chill in the air.
Go a little Goth with this black sweatshirt (don’t judge until you check out the slim fit and funnel collar) from H&M ($29.95). This comfy steal is a great look for a casual weekend afternoon in the city with reverse-side sleeves and a raw hem.
The jean scene is getting darker this season at Diesel. Slip into the new Tephhar style ($298), a dark wash denim that pairs well with any casual look or with a button-down blazer and dress shoes for casual Friday.
Step into autumn with Cole Haan’s LunarGrand Long Wingtip ($228), a modern take on the traditional lace-up featuring a glossy base and bright green soles. If you’re feeling especially bold, go for the mirror metallic oxfords ($258) from J Crew.
Philly’s own Peg & Awl has introduced the new Moon Phases Ring ($110), made from recycled metal, with the inscription: “Take your time loving me.” Inspired by poetry rings from the 15th century, it’s the perfect gift for a romantic interest or early anniversary surprise.
Rise above the rest with this stand-collar blazer ($198.50) from Kenneth Cole. It features epaulets, elbow patches and a concealed rolled-out hood that can transition easily between the office and evening in style.
Slip into a slim-fit printed shirt ($89.95) from Club Monaco. A popular drip-dot style will add a little something extra to your business suit or casual look this season.
Stay organized on the go with Burberry’s small leather cross-body satchel ($1,295). The quality-made pouch is big enough to store your iPad Mini, but small enough to keep up with a hectic lifestyle. On more of a budget? Stash your stuff into the Manhattan Portage Commuter Jr. Laptop Bag ($135), a slim cross-body bag that won’t cramp your style.
Need new specs (or just want to look the part)? Order some handsome $99 frames from Warby Parker – any of which can be turned into reading or sunglasses.